Amy Wachtel Delman has been involved in public relations, marketing, and branding for over two decades. Her expertise lies in using media exposure to raise awareness and increase revenues in companies where she has worked in-house or as a consultant. She has been mentioned in Inc. magazine and the National Journal of Public Relations.
As a participating author of the book, “Jersey Women Mean Business! Big Bold Business Advice from New Jersey Women Business Owners: Practical Pointers, Solutions, and Strategies for Business Success,” Amy discusses the subtle but important differences between PR and marketing and advertising.
A few months ago the story of Rachel Canning and her decision to sue her parents for school tuition and room and board gained national attention.
The whole ordeal seemed to be extremely emotional for the family, but throughout the hearings many of the underlying issues weren’t necessarily addressed. Like, what is the parent’s responsibility in this? Do they have an obligation to foot a child’s bills if they choose to leave the home on their own accord after a certain age?
Well, attorney Tanya Helfand, who represented Canning, has chosen to speak out about this case that gained so much exposure and New Jersey’s laws that may need some changing.
“I think the issue is the responsibility of parents to the education of children, and the law is a little vague in New Jersey, but what I think needs to be clarified further is the obligation of parents of intact families as opposed to just divorced families. If a kid’s parents are divorced it’s possible to go to court and say mom or dad has to pay for college and that can be done relatively easily, but if you’re in a situation where mom and dad don’t want to pay and they’re together, you’re in a much tougher spot,” she explained.
Maureen Schneider, MSN, MBA, President-Elect, Executive Women of New Jersey, Senior Vice President of Clinical Development & Chief Nurse Officer, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, was interviewed by Joanna Gagis on the program “Life & Living with Joanna Gagis”. Maureen Schneider talks about her mission to help women from various industries network and collaborate.
Life & Living, which is hosted by the CEC’s own Joanna Gagis, highlights the lifestyle and culture of New Jersey’s citizens and showcases the great destinations that make New Jersey unique. Music and the arts, fitness and fashion, food and wine, travel and tourism will all be featured in this exciting series.
This half hour, magazine-style program “sets the record straight” about who and what New Jersey is really all about. The show incorporates in-depth studio interviews as well as video packages from around the state. Life & Living regularly takes to the road, giving viewers a first-hand, up-close look at the state’s most unique and exciting destinations. This includes restaurants and eateries, fitness centers and spas, arts and cultural centers, boutiques and specialty shops, and family fun destinations.
Congratulations to Dr. Nancy Cantor, Chancellor, Rutgers-Newark, who was recently honored by Executive Women of New Jersey (EWNJ) at its “Salute to the Policy Makers” 2014 Awards Dinner on May 8!
Executive Women of New Jersey (EWNJ) is the region’s leading not-for-profit organization promoting women’s executive leadership in business and on corporate boards. The EWNJ sponsors a biennial Salute to the Policymakers Dinner, the purpose of which is to honor the contributions of outstanding New Jersey women leaders from private as well as public sectors.
Proceeds from the Salute to the Policy Makers awards dinner are used to fund scholarships for women enrolled in graduate programs in New Jersey’s institutions of higher learning as well as other programs to advance women. Since the scholarship program’s inception in 1986, Salute Dinner funds have provided over $1,200,000 in scholarships to more than 400 outstanding New Jersey women.
Dr. Cantor was recently interviewed on WCTC-AM “Jersey Central” about being honored by EWNJ and other topics. Click here to download the interview. Or, press play on the player below.